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Proven expertise in enabling, protecting and supporting mission-critical enterprise systems
NetCentrics helps architect and implement secure and reliable enterprise networks solutions. NetCentric’s consultants hold top government security clearances, are considered industry experts and relied upon to maintain some of the largest systems in the federal government.
Department of Defense
Restore computer systems as quickly as possible after 9/11 attacks
NetCentrics Delivers:Above and Beyond on 9/12
If you can remember the news of the terrorist attack on 9/11, you"ll remember where you were when you heard the news. For many people at the Pentagon, 9/12 is almost as memorable as 9/11, because that's the day our NetCentrics team began restoring computer systems that were destroyed on 9/11.
Our staff remained on duty at the Pentagon and as soon as the Fire Department allowed on 9/12, they reentered damaged areas of the building and began work to bring computer systems back on line, fighting power outages, fire, smoke, darkness, water and other barriers that kept many people away.
By the end of the day, September 12, The Headquarters Department for the Army (HQDA) was back online, due to the exceptional work of the NetCentrics team. Many of our staff were recognized with civilian awards for their efforts to restore critical information systems for the Army. While most of our work isn't as daunting or as dangerous, we constantly go above and beyond to ensure our clients can do the important work that they need to do.
Military & Government Contracts
Innovative problem solving to cut costs while offering improved services.
Why NetCentrics?:DELIVERING MORE THAN EXPECTED
While the public perception may be that the military receives all the funds it needs and more, the reality is that funds are tight, and contractors who constantly innovate to do more with the same resources are in high demand. Our customers demand innovative problem solving to cut costs and offer improved services.
We are one of only a handful of government contractors with an integrated innovation capability focused on developing and implementing new ideas to cut costs and deliver more services on its contracts. In one instance, we were able to cut over $1M in overhead costs while meeting the conditions of the contract and was further able to offer more services and information than stipulated. On another contract, our employees generated over 200 ideas to improve our team’s efficiency, cut services costs and to provide better service to our customer.
In this environment, meeting the terms of the contract and the expectations of the customer is table stakes. Offering more service and more benefit for the same cost through innovative thinking and the application of great ideas.